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  1. Olaf II of Denmark (December 1370 – 3 August 1387) was King of Denmark as Olaf II (though occasionally referred to as Olaf III) from 1376 and King of Norway as Olaf IV from 1380 until his death. Olaf was the son of Queen Margaret I of Denmark and King Haakon VI of Norway , and grandson of kings Magnus IV of Sweden and Valdemar IV of Denmark .

  2. Olaf II Haraldsson (c. 995 – 29 July 1030), later known as Saint Olaf (and traditionally as St. Olave), was King of Norway from 1015 to 1028. Son of Harald Grenske, a petty king in Vestfold, Norway, he was posthumously given the title Rex Perpetuus Norvegiae (English: Eternal/Perpetual King of Norway) and canonised at Nidaros by Bishop Grimkell, one year after his death in the Battle of ...

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  4. Olaf (1370-1387) was King of Denmark 1375-1387 as Olaf II (Danish: Oluf) and King of Norway 1380-1387 as Olaf IV (Norwegian: Olav), also born a Prince of Sweden and (primarily) of Norway, where his father was King.

  5. Oluf II of DenmarkOlaf II of DenmarkOlaf is the English translation of the Norwegian Olav and the Danish Oluf, also Olaf I of Denmark, Olaf III of Norway, Olaf II of Norway, Olaf I of Norway is under Olaf not Oluf or Olav.--. Queen Elizabeth II's Little Spy ( talk) 22:33, 12 December 2010 (UTC) The way to keep out of national ...

  6. May 22, 2012 - Olaf II of Denmark (1370 - 1387). Son of Margaret I and Haakon VI of Norway. He succeeded his grandfather as King.

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    Olaf II, Oluf II or Olof II may refer to: Olaf II of Norway, king, 995 – 29 July 1030. Amlaíb Cuarán, king of Dublin, c. 900–981. Olof Björnsson, king of Sweden, reigned c. 970 – 975. Olaf the Black, king of Man, mid-13th. Olaf Haraldsen, anti-king of Denmark, died c. 1143. Olaf II of Denmark, king, 1370 – 23 August 1387.

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